A lot of crazy stuff can happen down in Mexico; even worse when the undead are involved. IDW Publishing has announced the release of a new 30 Days of Night installment, this time centered in the rough little town of Juarez, Mexico.
How odd is it that we just happened to randomly mention Warlock during the last Dinner for Fiends, and then all of a sudden news pops up about a new comic being created based on the film series? And people say we’re not trendsetters.
As usual, the folks over at Lilja's Library have provided the latest info on all things Stephen King related. Today they announced the adaptor and artist for the comic book and graphic novel versions of The Talisman, which was co-written by King and Peter Straub.
The Top Cow maniacs just dropped a preview of Witchblade #124 in our laps, which hits comic stands on Wednesday, February 4th 2009! We’ve got the cover, inside front cover, and a four-page preview all ready for your eyeballs so check ‘em out! What’s going on in the Witchblade universe in the 124th issue? Glad you asked!
Dynamite Entertainment has released initial images for a graphic novel based upon Bram Stoker’s Dracula, one of their main publishing projects for 2009. Dubbed The Complete Dracula, the release purports that that this graphic novel is an adaptation of the original work and not the modified version that most of us are familiar with.
Those ass kickers over at Top Cow Comics just sent us over a few teaser pages from The Darkness #10/74, which hit stands yesterday. The plot? To reclaim his soul from the demonic Sovereign, Jackie must defeat his last champion - a trailer park meth lord who happens to be immortal. Cut off from his full power, Jackie travels to the dark underbelly of the American heartland to execute a man who cannot die. Black Teeth continues the startling "Crooked" storyline and sets up the game-changing events that will alter The Darkness forever.
The Hollywood Insider reported today that John August has teamed up with director Sam Mendes in writing the screenplay version of the subversive comic book series Preacher. The comic centers on a small town preacher who becomes possessed by a sort of supernatural entity, half angel and half demon, and thus becomes imbued with a power potent enough to rival God.
In a reversal of what we normally report here on the site, THR got word that comic company Studio 407 has hired screenwriter Neal Marshall Stevens to pen two new comic series for them.
You may not be familiar with The Cleaners, a new horror comic from Dark Horse, but we’re aiming to fix that. Earlier today I posted my interview with the book’s writer, Mark Wheaton, and now we’ve got an exclusive look at early art from Issue #3, which hits stands in March, 2009!
We first heard about IDW Publishing's plans for a Terminator: Salvation comic prequel back when the 2008 San Diego Comic-Con was in full swing, and now we've got more details along with a look at the cover of Issue #1.
The fine ladies, gentlemen and ... others ... at Top Cow Comics have offered up a four-page preview of Witchblade #123, which hits shelves on Wednesday, January 14th. For those of you not following along, the story goes a bit like this;
Now this is an odd turn of events; THR reported this morning that Horton Hears a Who director Jimmy Hayward has signed on to make his live action debut with the DC Comic adaptation Jonah Hex, which has been stagnant for a bit after the Crank directors departed the project.
Top Cow just sent us over two covers, the inside front cover and seven pages from their new A Broken Trinity one-shot, Angelus. Here’s some plot for those of you not sure of where it’s coming from:
Studio 407 and Myriad Pictures already have their next planned collaboration while development on Hybrid continues: The Night Projectionist, according to Variety.
IDW announced today that April 2009 will see the first of a five-issue miniseries for American McGee’s Grimm, a comic vision of the game McGee created for Gametap.